Transfer of Genetic Information: An Innovative Model†
AbstractWe present a rational introduction to the logical processes that govern, how tokens in a sequence—the DNA—determine the assembly of commutative tokens—the cell’s constituents—in a quasi-bijective way. We discuss the relation of sequences to commutative assemblies. We present properties of natural numbers that create logical relations which are concurrently sequential and commutative. The basic concept is that of consolidation of logical conflicts and contradictions into a system of compromises. The main tool we use is known as “cyclic permutations”. The numeric facts that serve as the backbone of the argumentation are to be found in OEIS.
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Javorszky, K. Transfer of Genetic Information: An Innovative Model. Proceedings 2017, 1, 222.
Javorszky K. Transfer of Genetic Information: An Innovative Model. Proceedings. 2017; 1(3):222.Chicago/Turabian Style
Javorszky, Karl. 2017. "Transfer of Genetic Information: An Innovative Model." Proceedings 1, no. 3: 222.
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